The Revolution’s TV remote-like controller will make it less scary for non-game players but lower end specs and lack of software may make it a joke among gamers.
The new City of Villains game is stealing Chella’s time, and after a few hiccups where she forgot she was the bad guy, she is quickly learning the joys of evilness.
The days are dark and gloomy and the light is short and filtered through clouds. Sounds terrible, but it makes winter perfect for gaming!
The PSP (finally) makes its way to Europe, but even amid the huge fanfare and media attack, Chella is sticking with her trusty GBA.
With Harvest Moon moving to the handheld platform, Chella gets an exclusive chat with Yasuhiro Wada, the man that made farming fun!
A new show called GME opens in London this week and Chella is there to interview NCsoft and others about their future plans for Europe.
Chella proves it’s a mad, mad world this week by showing that violence and murder are ok, but sex among consenting game pixels is not.
The long summer is getting unbearable for Chella, which is compounded by the fact that England has to wait months to get new toys like Sony’s PSP.
Our European Correspondent Chella is back online this week as London comes to grips with last week’s attacks, and emerges strong.
Like World War I leading to WWII, so too the unresolved issues from the first console war made this one. But aren’t we all a little war-weary?